A two-day Malaysian education information event was organised at MES Indian School by TJS Study Steps, Malaysia, in association with MES Off-Campus.
Taylors University, Asia Pacific University, SEGI University, University of Cyberjaya and University of Southampton Malaysia participated in the event. The counsellors gave lecture sessions besides providing career guidance for aspiring students and their parents.
The event was inaugurated by Malaysian ambassador to Qatar, Zamshari Shaharan, the chief guest. Ahmad Razaly bin Abdul Rahim, consulate of education, Malaysia and Dubai was the guest of honour.
Dr Najeeb, officiating president, MES governing board, in his felicitation highlighted the commitment and involvement shown by the school management in academic enhancement especially with regard to the higher studies of students through the MES Off-Campus.
Principal Hameeda Kadar urged the students to get enrolled in reputable higher educational institutions.
In his inaugural address, the Malaysian ambassador welcomed the students for higher studies in Malaysia as the universities offer quality education that allows candidates to become professionals in the field of their choice.
TJS managing director Samiuallah Shaikh welcomed the gathering and co-founder Shaeikh Abrar proposed a vote of thanks.
MES Off-Campus administrator Manmadhan Mambally co-ordinated the event. Malaysian embassy counsellor Muhammad Khamaruddin Jasin, was also present.